ft; THE LEGEND m 96 o ST L **. , 'S^K^WUl. t « t ■ tsP tf B; m Digitized by the Internet Archive in 2011 with funding from LYRASIS Members and Sloan Foundation http://www.archive.org/details/goldenlegend1963stle The light mantle of night wraps the campus in quiet serenity. THE GOLDEN LEGEND 1963 ABBEY CHURCH-SPIRITUAL NERVE CENTER OF THE COLLEGE College is a place for seeking the truth. Christ said that "For this I came into the world to bear witness to the truth." Pilate scoffed at the truth. There is so much falsehood in the world. Christ is the truth. Satan is the father of lies. Those who scoff at the truth and persist in delib- erately breaking their promises are in the camp of the father of lies. We figure that since college is a place for seeking the truth and youngsters must seek it, unless they make the truth their own and live by it, the whole business of living falls apart in this world as well as in the next. Young people, by becoming exponents of the truth become good citizens, further civilized na- tions, establish the kingdom of God, and insure their participation in it in the next world. RT. REV. ABBOT MARION BOWMAN O.S.B., CHANCELLOR Night and day the library is the center of collegian study. Roderick Hall, dor- mitory of resident male students. Crawford Hall, col- lege classroom building, where the foundation of schol- arship is laid. Now is not just a time to pause and re- view. You stand in a position to reflect upon the past, but it is also upon the firm position of your present understanding that you must see the broad issues and problems you will face. Our times are strong for the idea of free- dom, and this too must be your concern as you move to accept more willingly and more intelligently, your place in society. But your concern must be within the framework of the truth your college hopes it has helped you to see. For freedom must, be tied in with knowledge and truth. It must be tied in with the action of your will, but the will is blind without reason; the good has no real meaning without the true. You will hear many who call themselves scientists proclaiming that the only hope of freedom is hope in science. Perhaps up to a point the scientists are right, for science is knowledge; knowledge leads to truth, and truth makes us free. But the fact is that the scientists were not the first to say this. The idea is ancient, and was brought into clear view by Christ Himself. For He said, "I have come to bring you the truth, and the truth shall make you free." Let us recognize, then, that each offers us truth and each offers us a freedom com- mensurate with the truth we can gain by accepting the offer. Science admits its truth is limited, that what is known today as truth may be absorbed or changed tomorrow. Therefore the freedom it offers is limited and may suffer the same fate as the doc- trine of truth it proclaims. Christ's truth is eternal and the freedom based upon it stands as solid and firm as that truth. FATHER STEPHEN HERRMANN, O.S. PRESIDENT FACULTY ... £ MRS. J. F. BARISH MISS GRACE BLAKEY MR. GUY DEBROCK MR. JOHN DRESSMAN FATHER FIDELIS DUNLAP O.S.B. MR. RICHARD FAIN MR. LANE GOODSON MISS MARGARET MARY HENRICH FATHER JOHN McCULLEN MR. HERB MERCREADY FATHER DENNIS MURPHY O.S.B. f*. 1^4 DR. CLARA OLSON MR. EDWARD L SPARLING FATHER PETER SWEISGOOD, O.S.B. MRS. NORMA WAGNER FATHER JOHN B. WANG, J.U.D. MRS. J. F. BARISH Accounting, Mathematics, Language, Physical Education B.S., Fla. State University MISS GRACE BLAKEY English, Humanities B.S., University of Fla. M.A., University of Fla. FR. VINCENT CRAWFORD, O.S.B. Philosophy B.A., St. Ma?y's University MR. GUY DEBROCK Education, Music, Language, Psychology B.A., Catholic University of Louvain, Belgium *M.A., Fla. State University DR. JOHN DESMARAIS English, Western Civilization B.A., Bishop's University, Quebec Dr. de I'U, University of Aix-Marseille, France MR. JOHN DRESSMAN Engineering, Mathematics, Physical Science B.S., in Mech, Eng., University of Ky. M.S., in Mech, Eng., University of Ky. FR. FIDELIS DUNLAP, O.S.B. , Librarian Library Science B.A., St. Vincent College M.S.L.S., Catholic University FR. DAMIAN DuQUESNAY, O.S.B. Biology, Histology B.S., St. Benedict College M.S., Catholic University MR. RICHARD FAIN Mathematics, Physics, Physical Science B.S., Siena College M.S., Albany State Teachers College MR. LANE M. GOODSON Physical Science, Biological Science, Chemistry B.S., University of Fla. M.Ed., University of Fla. MISS MAG&ARET MARY HENRICH Ass't. Librarian B.S., Trinity College B.S., in L.S., Drexel Institute of Technology SISTER M. CAROLINE MAERTENS, O.S.B. English M.A., University of Notre Dame ( *ln Preparation) FR. DENNIS MURPHY, O.S.B. History, Reading B.A., St. Benedict College *M.A., Fordham Univ. FR.JOHN McCULLEN Social Sciences B.A., St. Meinrad College M.A., Catholic University University of Notre Dame MR. HERBERT MERCREADY Business B.S., Newark College of Engineering DR. CLARA OLSON Education, English A.B., Fla. State College for Women M.A.E., University of Fla. Ph.D., Peabody College for Teachers SISTER MARY GRACE RIDDLES, O.S. English B.A., Mt. St. Scholastica College M.Ed., St. Louis University FR. LEO SCHOLSSER, O.S.B. Typing St. Bernard College St. Benedict College MR. EDWARD L. SPARLING Physical Education, Education, Health B.A., University of Tampa M.A., Peabody College for Teachers FR. PETER SWEISGOOD, O.S.B. Philosophy B.A., St. Benedict College M.A., University of Notre Dame MRS. NORMA WAGNER American Institutions, Bus. Law A.B., George Washington University LL.B., Stetson College of Law FR.JOHN WANG Religion, Language J.U.D., Latern University MR. MIGUEL ZEPEDA Mathematics M.A., Syracuse University MR. ROBERT H. SULLIVAN, JR. Intramural Director B.A., St. Bernard College *M.A., Peabody College for Teachers IN MEMORIAM FATHER BEDE GALE, O.S.B. Father Bede Gale, O.S.B. , died here July 30, 1961. He had been instructor in English at Saint Leo College and founded the college LEPANTO society. An authority on heraldric design, Father Bede designed the Saint Leo College seal and coat of arms. He was working on an illuminated manuscript at the time of his death. In collaboration with the Jesuit Father Gilbert C. Peterson, and Jeannette Murphy Lynn, he produced the second edition of "An Alternative Classification for Cath- olic Books," a unique current, definitive working tool for Catholic libraries. He helped to reclassify and recatalog the library at Saint Vincent College, Latrobe, Pa. For some time he was a special cataloguer for the 16th-century books at the Mullen Library of the Catholic University of America, Wash- ington, D. C. Father Bede was born in London, England, March 25, 1941, in the Anglican faith. He became Catholic under the influence of G. K. Chesterton. Father was pro- fessed at Saint Leo on June 24, 1941 and ordained here De- cember 15, 1946. He also taught at Saint Leo Preparatory School, Saint Vincent College, Gannon College, Erie, Pa., and U.S. Army Air Force Cadet classes. Mr. Harold A. Heiser, of Tampa, died Sept. 14, 1962, and was buried here in the Abbey cemetery. An Oblate of Saint Benedict, Mr. Heiser was auditor in the office of the Procu- rator at Saint Leo Abbey, registrar, and headed the business administration department of the college. A native of Ohio, Mr. Heiser graduated Magna Cum Laude when he received the M. A. degree and Maxima Cum Laude when he received the Ph.B. from the Department of Foreign and Domestic Com- merce, University of Notre Dame. In subsequent years at Notre Dame, Indiana University, and later at the University of Florida, he continued to extend his background in his chosen fields, as well as in English Literature and Spanish, both of which he taught for years. Before coming to Saint Leo College, Mr. Heiser had been a traveling auditor through- out Illinois, Wisconsin, and Missouri, where he had 21 hos- pitals under perpetual audit, and was Associate Professor at the University of Tampa for ten years. The latter five years he headed the Department of Business Administration and was Dean of the Adult Education Program of the University. MR. HAROLD A. HEISER ALAN ARNOW Stamford, Conn. THOMAS BARCHIE McKeesport, Penn. EUGENE BATTENFELD Brewster, N. Y. DANIEL CHRISTIAN Tampa, Fla. fetfcl VITO CIMINERO Warren, Ohio ROBERT CORRIGAN Plainfield, N. J. OTIS DeAAOTT Brandon, Fla. RONALD DUGGAN Fort Lauderdale, Fla. CLASS OFFICERS Mark Werner, Pres., Richard Giannini, V.P., Carmen Herring, Sec Vito Ciminero, Treas. SOPHOMORES • * RONALD DUNKLE Farmingdale, N. Y. RALPH EBNER Fort Lauderdale, Fla. PASQUALE ELIA North Haven, Conn. ROBERT ELY Hamden, Conn. CARL FORSBERG Charleston, S. C. ROBERTA FAHEY San Antonio, Fla. PETER FERGUSON Larchmont, N. Y. MICHAEL FITZGERALD Newport, R. I. CHARLES FRANCHINA Stamford, Conn. MELVIN GALLAR Tampa, Fla. RICHARD GIANNINI Winter Park, Fla. GLEN GREENFELDER Dade City, Fla. AMlM CARMEN HERRING Dade City, Fla. BETTY JO HORMUTH Dade City, Fla. JOHN HODGES Arcadia, Fla. THOMAS HOLLORAN Columbus, Ohio FRANK HURLBURT New Haven, Conn. JOHN KEARNS Lakeland, Fla. MICHAEL KELLY Riveria Beach, Fla. MICHEAL LALONDE Lakeland, Fla. DENNIS LYNCH Stamford, Conn. JOSEPH MADIEDO Key West, Fla. william McCarthy Newport, R. I. mi ^ ^ H HI TERRANCE McDERMOTT West Haven, Conn. VICTOR NORIEGA Miami, Fla. JOHN O'GORMAN Forest Hills, N. Y. JOSEPH O'LEARY Harrisburg, Pa. 10 ANTHONY PACILEO West Haven, Conn. EDWARD PARKER Pensacola, Fla. RALPH PARKER Winter Haven, Fla. ROBERT PEACON Miami, Fla. vlikt JUAN PORTELLA Palm Beach, Fla. RICHARD POWELL Binghamton, N. Y. WALON ROWE Jacksonville, Fla. JAMES RUSH Putnam Valley, N. Y. Father Peter, O.S.B., newly elected Town Marshal (and dean of student personnel), ponders over his first case, the Caper of the Confiscated Volkswagen, while Mike Weesner, owner of the machine, looks on. The vehicle, with four flat tires, was discovered early one morning by Betty Jo Hormuth OUTSIDE the pres- ident's office INSIDE Crawford Hall. THOMAS SCHNEIDER Tampa, Fla. JOHN SCHMITT Vero Beach, Fla. EDWARD SAKOWICZ Elizabeth, N. J. GUY SAKOWICZ Elizabeth, N. J. LAURENCE UHL Mount Dora, Fla. RICHARD VENT Ford City, Penn. ARNOLD WEESNER Nashville, Tenn. THOMAS WINSLOW Westbury, N. Y. II MURRY BENTON Arcadia, Fla. PHILIP BERGIN New York, N. Y. WAYNE BYRNE Clifton, N. J. VIANN CHURCH Bonita Springs, Fla. JAMES CULLEN Great Neck, N. Y. JOHN DUNAWAY Jacksonville, Fla. WILLARD DURRANCE Bowling Green, Fla. GENEVIEVE GARVEY Hollywood, Fla. RICHARD LOVELACE Dade City, Fla. JAMES MOSELEY Wauchula, Fla. WILLIAM SCHMIEDER Newark, N. J. JOHN STARK West Haven, Conn. MARK WERNER Jacksonville, Fla. RAMONA ZEPEDA San Antonio, Fla. 12 WAYNE ABARE New Port Richey, Fla. DONALD ACKER Manhasset, N. Y. JULIA AERTS Briarcliff, N. Y. CAROLYN AHLHAUS Louisville, Ky. CHARLES ALEXANDER Charleston, S. C. JAMES ARMBRUSTER Fairview Park, Ohio THERESA ASMUTH Tampa, Fla. WILLIAM BAGLEY Jacksonville, Fla. FRESHMEN CLASS OFFICERS: John Bermingham, Sec, Rafael Bonafonte, Treas., John Shea, Pres., Patrick Charles, V.P. JOHN BARBIERI Waterbury, Conn. BARBARA BEAM Hartland, Wise. JAMES BECK Dayton, Ohio JOHN BERMINGHAM Evanston, III. GUILLERMO BERMUDEZ Santurce, Puerto Rico MARY BERRY North Miami, Fla. STEVEN BLAJIAN Jacksonville, Fla. THOMAS BLAKE Warrington, Fla. MARY BRENNAN Jacksonville, Fla. RAFAEL BONAFONTE Tampa, Fla. BERNARD BORANDI St. Petersburg, Fla. DONALD BRIDGES Dade City, Fla. DANIAL BOYKO Trilby, Fla. WILLIAM BROOMALL Daytona Beach, Fla. MICHAEL BURKE Elizabeth, N. J. LUDWIG BYAK Lakeland, Fla. 4kvklfr£ BRONZE CAGLE Jacksonville, Fla. ROBERT CHAMPAGNE Norwich, Conn. GERARD CHARBONNEAU New Haven, Conn. PATRICK CHARLES Garden City, N. Y. DENNIS DONAHUE Stamford, Conn. MICHAEL DONOVAN Hamden, Conn. PETER DOWNS Orange, Conn. MICHAEL DOYLE Thomaston, Conn. 4* RICHARD CHRISTIAN Tampa, Fla. JOSEPH D'ANGELO Vestal, N. Y. JAMES DINGERMAN Grosse Pointe Farms, Mich. PATRICK DALY Amsterdam, N. Y. i \ KEITH DUNCOMBE Nassau, Bahamas THEODORE DZIALO Middletown, Conn. CHARLES EDWARDS Arcadia, Fla. MICHAEL ELLIS Plant City, Fla. 14 I JT im ™ ........ V. mdlt ■ JOSEPH HERRMANN San Antonio, Fla. BRIAN HERRON North Miami, Fla. EARL HUGHES Dade City, Fla. MARY JANE HULLFISH Trenton, N. J. WILLIAM HUNTINGTON Grosse Pointe, Mich. JOHN HUTSON Mt. Pleasant, S. C. MARY JANE FERNS Concord, N. H. LINDA JARVIS Dade City, Fla. MICHAEL FLANNERY Dade City, Fla. VICTORIA FLETCHER Tampa, Fla. DONALD FOX Chicago, III. THOMAS DOUGHERTY Bayside, N. Y. THOMAS GEISS Syracuse, N. Y. CHARLOTTE GIBSON Dade City, Fla. RICHARD GLEESON Sanford, Fla. ALEXANDER HALVERSON Northfield, III. V\ V .X. \ i •. * - jjy ■lit <"*e» ^VHr -^ ^ 1 WILLIAM KERVIN Bradenton, Fla. JAMES KINNEALY Jacksonville, Fla. JOHN KELLY Garden City, N. Y. LESLIE KINNEY Brooksville, Fla. KRISTINA KRIEGER Ocala, Fla. FRANCIS LA BARBERA Plant City, Fla. ALVIN LACLE Oranjcstad, Aruba CHARLES LA MONTE Brandon, Fla. SHARON LEE Dade City, Fla. PAUL LEIBMAN Denver, Colorado JOHN Le VANGIE Weymouth, Mass. PATRICK GOODBREAD Jacksonville, Fla. LOUIS LIPTAK Oak Ridge, N. J. JAMES LISTZWAN Seffner, Fla. JANET LOMBARDO Dade City, Fla. ANTHONY LUCIBELLO North Haven, Conn. j^mr ^^^, tlVfl v #**%!*• -^ k*l, \ ■ I Hi 1 ROBERT LUCKETT Loretto, Ky. ROBERT McANIFF Verona, N. J. JOSEPH MASCHUCI Miami, Fla. paul Mcdonald Braintree, Mass. JAMES McGARRY Mineola, N. Y. RICHARD MclNTOSH Yonkers, N. Y. JOHN McKAY DesPlaines, III. william Mclaughlin North Palm Beach, Fla. william Mclaughlin Charleston, S. C. DAVID MIESCH Arcadia, Fla. CHRISTINE MINOTTI Bushnell, Fla. WALTER MOORE Miami, Fla. RICHARD MOSS Huntington, N. Y. BARBARA MULDOON Louisville, Ky. STEPHEN MUMA Atlanta, Ga. RAYMOND NAEYAERT San Antonio, Fla. 16 LAWRENCE O'BRIEN Westwood, N. J. MARGIE O'BRIEN Lincolnwood, III. ROBERT O'BRIEN New Orleans, Louisiana JAMES O'CONNOR Flushing, N. Y. \ / PAUL PALOWITCH Orlando, Fla. JOHN PARKER Arcadia, Fla. JOHN PATE Frankfort, Mich. CAROL PATSCOT Wauwatosa, Wise. TIMOTHY O'LEARY Chicago, III. LOUIS ORTIZ Saint Petersburg, Fla. RICHARD O'SULLIVAN Elmhurst, N. Y. CARMEN PALMIERI Duquesne, Penna. Jt' LEONARD PETERSON Key West, Fla. ROBERT PETRASEK Miami, Fla. ALAN POOSER Charleston, S. C. MICHAEL ROSSITER Paoli, Penn. BARRY PURKIS Dade City, Fla. ARLENE QUICK Zephyrhills, Fla. RENETTE RECEVEUR Brooksville, Fla. LAWSON RENTZ Coconut Grove, Fla. TERRY RHYMER Dade City, Fla. JOY ANN RINGHOFER Skokie, III. JOYCE RINGHOFER Skokie, III. JOHN VAGNINI Waterbury, Conn. 17 EALY RITTER Charleston, S. C. GEORGE ROACH Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. PAULA ROSELLI Chicago, III. PAUL ROSSITER Paoli, Penn. TERRENCE RUSSELL Jacksonville, Fla. RICHARD SATAGAJ Middletown, Conn. RICHARD SCALA Perth Amboy, N. J. JOHN SHEA Quincy, Mass. \ * LAURION LEVESQUE Waterbury, Conn. JAMES THOMPSON Montello, Wise. RICHARD THOMAS Scotch Plains, N. J.- KAREN ANN TOBIN Chicago, III. MICHAEL TOLLEY Charleston, S. C. MICHAEL TREMMEL Atlanta, Ga. TIMOTHY TWOMEY Jacksonville, Fla. DENNIS VACENOUSKY Brooksville, Fla. Vu RONALD SHEA Prospect, Conn. TIMOTHY SHIBEN New Martinsville, W. Va. GEORGE SKIDD Norwalk, Conn. CAROL ANN SMITH Hialeah, Fla. HARRY SPIVEY Dade City, Fla. WILLIAM STRAFINO West Hollywood, Fla. FRANCIS SWAN Flushing, N. Y. ANTHONY TETA Waterbury, Conn. 'SJT' 18 4,M.U.hi,2 PETER WAHN Pelham Manor, N. Y. RICHARD WALKER Rye, N. Y. JOHN WELSH Pawtucket, R. I. CLAUDIA WILLIAMS Dade City, Fla. THEODORE WILLIAMS Charleston, S. C. FAYE WOODALL Okahumpka, Fla. JAMES WOODRUFF Saint Augustine, Fla. PAUL YANDER Woodhaven, N. Y. REGINA ZEPEDA Dade City, Fla. DONNA LAFFEY Ocala, Fla. Mike Tremmel, Steve Muma, Larry Levesque and Joe Maschuci guard the gator pit from lurking lions. SAINT LEO COLLEGE K , FROSH WEEK i it ! J * - •• mm- till .».' \ mm tori If SKi rl f ^^-^ ENTRANCE TO CRAWFORD HALL-SCENE OF "WAIT AND SEE" PROGRAM Summer holidays are over. A brand new adventure— college life— begins. We're caught up in the whirlwinds of tests, registration, class scheduling, counseling, and getting bedded down in our new environment. In order that you might be able to see a bit what this is all about, we have tried in the following section to give you a pictorial review of a new college year on our Saint Leo campus. 20 DAY HOP COOKOUT Carmen Herring, sophomore, opened the school year with a cookout at her home for the day hops from the nearby area. Father Dennis, O.S.B., guards his charges with a father's tender and cautious care. FACULTY DINNER The faculty dinner just before school opened gave the faculty members an informal chance to talk to one another over steak and a cup of coffee. Talking across the table are Dr. Olson and Mrs. Sparling; Father Peter and Coach Sparling. Further down the line are Mr. Guy Debrock and his wife, and Sister Mary Grace and Sister Caroline. "He who laughs last!" Mrs. Lovelace, Mr. and Mrs. Jud Barish, f^r. and Mrs. H. V. Mercready, and Col. and Mrs. Bridges take care of their digestion before the rigors begin. BREAK AT LAKE JOVITA The new dock supports a lot of weight Unidentified bird man Father Peter organizes a ski show Ramona makes a 3-point landing 'I Efki 22 There's nothing more slippery than a freshman or a greased watermelon Paula watches Jean. Two other bystanders are also inter- ested in her form. PRESIDENT'S RECEPTION Father Fidelis, O.S.B., Mrs. Frances Corrigan, Fa- ther Peter, O.S.B., Dr. Clara Olson, and Father Stephen, O.S.B., on the reception line. Miss Margaret Mary Henrich, Sister Rosaria, O.S.B. and Sister Mary Grace, O.S.B., put out the wel come mat. Mike LaLonde replenishes the diminishing punch for hostess Julie Bowman. Guys and Dolls in the cha-cha line at the K of C rink, San Antonio. Richie and Paula unintentionally sit one out. 23 REGISTRATION Fast on the heels of the college workshop for teachers August 27-30, registration helped them along with some practical applications. At the opening of the fourth year of Saint Leo College, a new peak has been hit in enrollment, with a total of 245 men and 95 women, specializ- ing in 17 major areas, and hailing from 18 states, Puerto Rico, Bahamas, and Aruba, D.W.I. Father Damian, O.S.B., gives Bob Jassa the slip. Sherry and Hilda guard the toll entrance. Jean Garvey and Jim O'Connor ponder the future with Mr. Fain and Dr. Desmarais. Bob Corrigan gets the signal from Mr. Mercready. Miss Blakey and Father McCullen behind the firing line. 24 FROSH HOP Carol Jarvis and Bill Huntington beat it out while Jim O'Connor tries to talk Gloria Sheffield into doing the same. "The Sliders," versatile college combo who have gained a large following for their wide range of musical abilities. Old fashioned barn dance. <P (\ *4/> ¥ FIRST MASS OF COLLEGE YEAR Opening College Mass was celebrated September 9 in the abbey church at 10:30 a.m. Celebrant of the solemn high mass was Father Mark, O.S.B., college chaplain. Dea- con was Father Stephen, O.S.B., president of the college, and subdeacort was Father Boniface, O.S.B., Roderick Hall prefect. In his sermon Father Mark reminded the Catholic students of their religious obliga- tions to attend Mass. He also said that trans- portation would be provided for non-Cath- olics desiring to attend church services^ in Dade City. COMMUNION CENSER (Mike Tremmel) 26 RAT WEEK "A freshman I am, a freshman I be; As green as I am, I bow down to thee. Police escort in Dade City. The portals of learning Recalcitrants do the mile run in atonement. !,i A« ' JA 1 mmiM : 4; Superior sophs look down on lowly frosh TALENT SHOW John, Mike, Joe and Larry in the role of baby freshmen. Barbara Beam, Margie O'Brien, Patsy Lanagan, and Barbara Muldoon "lonesome for men 'cause they ain't got guns." Joe lerardi executes an intricate waltz routine. Unhappy chorus who got a sudden curtain before their "number' was finished. m Regina, Mary Jane, Bryan and Gloria ready and willing to do their superior's bidding. 28 State road camp crew wait expectantly off stage for Steve, Charley, Lawson and Alex to join their ranks. FROSH ELECTIONS Carol Patscott puts in her bid for election with scientific campaign- ing and a good left, with the help of Terry Asmuth. Also campaigning for election was George Roach, but it turned out that advertising isn't all that it's cracked up to be. STUDENT COUNCIL Richard Giannini Charles Franchina Carl Foresberg Tom Blake Pat Elia William Tito Ronald Duggan Bob Peacon Gloria Sheffield Sitting: Roberta Fahey, Sec. Ralph Ebner, Pres. Victor Noriagea, V.P. ORGANIZATIONS ST. GREGORY CLUB Rusty Cagle, Thomas Barchi, Walter Moore, Richard Gleeson, Dennis Donnahue, Fr. Mark, Pat Daly, John Schmitt, Paul Palo- witch, Keith Duncopibe, Mike Tremmel. The club is composed of men who serve as minor ministers at college Masses in the abbey church, Roderick Hall, and other liturgical functions throughout the year. THE ENCOUNTER Mike Weesner, Gloria Sheffield, Dr. J. P. Desmarais, Advisor; Juan Portela, Editor-in- Chief; Roberta Fahey, Christine Minotti. The college literary magazine, The Encoun- ter gives students the opportunity of hav- ing their creative efforts such as poetry, short stories, and essays appear in print. PHILOSOPHERS FORUM Officers: Robert Corrigan, John Hodges. The Forum brings speakers to campus for informal discussions and promotes forums from among its members on subjects of current controversial interest. LAY APOSTOLATE Seated: Mike Tremmel, Juan Portela, Chairman; Richard Chris- tian. Standing: Richard Gleason, John Kelly, Mike Rossiter, Frank Labarbera, John Hutson, Ralph Bonafonte, Mike Tolley, Bro. Francis, O.S.B.; Rev. Juan Lopez, O.S.B.; John Schmitt, Richard O'Sullivan, Rusty Cagle, Ronald Duggan, Richard Moss, Joseph Maschuci, Mike Nelson. The Lay Apostolate for Latin America, under the direction of Father Juan, has the primary purpose of praying, promoting vocations, and aiding financially our Latin American neighbors. LEONINE Bill Bagley, Mary Berry, Peter Downs, Joe Maschuci, Richard Christian, Bob Patrasik, Editor-in-Chief; John Hutson, Kristina Kri- ger, Regina Zepeda, Claudia Williams. The college newspaper, Leonine, began with a bang of weekly issues, dribbled down to semi-weekly editions, and now we're delighted to see a monthly issue. LEPANTO Seated: Gloria Sheffield, Vice Pres.; Ron aid Duggan, Pres.; Bryan Brennan, Sec Standing: Vicki Fletcher, Mary J. Ferns John Hutson, Mike Tully, Ted Williams, Fr. Mark, O.S.B.; Larry O'Brien, Tom Blake, Mike Tremmel, Bro. Francis, O.S.B. Richard Gleeson, Christine Minotti Mary J. Hullfish. Lepanto is a civic organization devoted to the promotion of Catholic social action. Juan Portela, President; Roberta Fahey, Ronald Duggan, Michael Weesner, Mr. John B. Dressman, Advisor; Fr. John, O.S.B., honorary member. Saint Leo's old- est priest, Father is 87 and has a long and distinguished history as a Benedictine. Saint Leo's honor society is composed of members who maintain a consistent high standard in academic life. ■ * French language lab in session: Pat Daley, Brother Oblate Jean Simard, O.S.B., instructor, Walter Moore, Albert Thomas, Regina Zepeda, Sherry Lee, Charlotte Gib- son, and Victoria Fletcher. Staff of the Golden Legend: John Hutson and Joe Mas- chuci, sports editors; John Schmitt, assistant editor, and Richard O'Sullivan, editor. Business Forum: seated, Gene Battenfeld, pres., Jim Rush, sec, and Bill McCarthy, treas. Stand- ing: Dick Walker, John Vagnini, Paul Yander, Pat .Charles, Dick Lovelace, Dick Scala, Bob Corri- gan, V.P., Charles La Monte, Earl Rossiter, Keith Duncombe, Larry O'Brien, Ted Dzialo, Tim Twoo- mey, John Nelson, Al Arnow, and H. V. Mercready, advisor. The business majors have organ- ized to discuss and explore busi- ness subjects, careers in business, to hear business leaders and re- view business films. The club also intends to establish an annual "Harold A. Heiser Award and Ci- tation" to be awarded to the student with the highest scholastic average in business subjects. 32 Histological sleuth Jean Garvey SCHOLARS IN ACTION 33 Father Damian, O.S.B., head of the biology department, prepares a slide for his specimens. /' Renette Receveur caught STUDYING in the library. Brother Philip, O.S.B., lab assistant, in a skull session with Paul Palowitch. Ron Duggan in a brown study. 34 A prehistoric bug wanders in front of Betty Jo Hormuth's microscope in the biology lab. Mr. Wayne Goodson watches prescription specialists Renette Re- ceveur and Charlotte Gibson in the chem lab. Dick Scala tracking down a global problem. Dick Vent and Denny Domihuo in the research section of the libr.iry. 35 Chem problem by Steve Blajan, Dick Christian, and Charlotte Gibson. Eichman and Wisconson ponder their problems. Claudia and Bob even have to study together Al Pooser ponders a problem in accounting. Krissi Kreiger studying the dance of the tiny demons. 37 FACULTY CAUGHT UNAWARES Sister Mary Grace, O.S.B., promoting her area of studies. The President says, "You get the idea?' N[r. Dressman and Mrs. Barish going at it hammer and tongs. Dr. Clara Olson offers a soothing musical respite. 38 "Now here's the way I do it," says Mr. Dressman. "And I do it like this," says Father Stephen. Father Abbot— "Be a champ." Father Stephen— "Uhh— well . These candid shots were taken at a faculty meeting where our profs discussed how they could improve themselves and their departments. (So don't let the captions fool you.) For as our student body continues to in- crease and improve, we know that our faculty spends long hours "beyond the call of duty" only that they may better serve us. Father Peter— "Yup." Mr. Dressman— "Oh, yeah?' Mr. Mercready- "Huh!" Father Fidelis — "Hah." 39 CARMEN HERRING, Campus Cactus Queen 40 — 1 wf*- mm/mm- m tZ 1 *^P* ; I > Charlotte Gibson, top scholar from Dade City, with a 3.83 average out of a possible 4.00. A freshman, she is a special admissions transfer student from the Benedictine Sister's Holy Name Academy here at Saint Leo. Previ- ously she had attended Pasco High School. Charlotte is a member of the First Methodist Church. 41 MOTHER OF THREE IS SECOND RANKING SCHOLAR Mrs. Faye Woodall and her children Leigh Ann, 4, Andy, 2, and Toni, 5. Mrs. Faye Woodall, Lake lola, and Claudia Williams, Dade City, tied for second place scholastic honors with 3.75 each. Mrs. Woodall is the wife of John Woodall, head football coach at Saint Leo Prep. She is a graduate of DuPont High School, Old Hickory, Tennessee. She is the mother of three children, Andrew, 2, Leigh Ann, 4, and Toni, 5. Mrs. Clara Wood- all takes care of her grandchildren while their mother studies. The Woodall's are members of the First Baptist Church, Dade City. Claudia Williams (see next page) is also a special admissions transfer student from Holy Name Academy and also attended Pasco High School. She is a member of the First Presby- terian Church. 42 TOP SCHOLARS Seated (I to r): Roberta Fahey, San Antonio, Fla., 3.38; Mrs. Faye Woodall, Lake lola, Fla., 3.75; Charlotte Gibson, Dade City, Fla., 3.83; Claudia Williams, Dade City, Fla., 3.75. Standing (I to r): Robert Petrasek, Miami, 3.59; Ronald Duggan, Fort Lauderdale, 3.47; Arnold Daoud, Miami Beach, 3.33; Juan Portela, Palm Beach, 3.50; and Michael Weesner, Nashville, Tenn., 3.32. Not able to be present was Raphael Pooser, Charleston, S. C, 3.37. 43 HONORABLE MENTION SCHOLARS Seated (I to r): Robert Corrigan, Plainsville, N. J., 3.16; Joseph Herrmann, San Antonio, Fla., 3.18; James Mosely, Wauchula, Fla., 3.00; Mark Werner, Jacksonville, 3.20. Standing (I to r): Ronald Dunkle, Farmingdale, L. I., N. Y., 3.00; Rafael Bonafonte, Miami, 3.00; and Richard Vent, Ford City, Pa., 3.00. Three of the scholars are stars of the state champions Saint Leo Monarchs basket- ball team . . . Werner, Moseley and Schmei- der. William Schmeider, Newark, N. J., 3.00 and Charles Franchina, Stamford, Conn., 3.13. 44 «■"**«* Wx sfc 0m**^>^9 ¥ 1 •JH V O O n i Carmen Herring, syndicated college columnist. Every week throughout the college year, her columns on Saint Leo College life have appeared Thursday in the Dade City Banner and Sunday in the Tampa Tribune and the Saint Petersburg Times. A portfolio of her columns is being aimed at the grand prize this year in the A. P. Phillips col- lege undergraduate achievement awards. Last year Saint Leo College, in its first try in competition with colleges throughout the state, took second prize in the smaller college division. 45 Under the direction of Father Dennis, O.S.B., the first College Parent's Week-end was held be- ginning November 29. It gave parents an oppor- tunity to meet and consult with members of the faculty and faculty advisors on the progress and vocational goals of their sons and daughters at Saint Leo College. It enabled the college to ex- plain to parents the goals and aims of Saint Leo. It also gave the students a chance to demonstrate their activities and achievements while here. A buffet luncheon and various receptions were held throughout the week-end with such features as a variety show and three-act play. More than 70 parents attended from New York, Illinois, Connecticut, Wisconsin, South Carolina and Florida. At a general meeting in the theatre of parents, faculty and students, Father Dennis was M. C. Speakers were Abbot Marion and Father Stephen. The feature address was given by Mr. Al Dona- hue, father of Dennis Donahue, Stamford, Con- necticut. Mr. Donahue is president of Talon Cor- poration of America and Canada. Father Stephen, O.S.B. Father Dennis, O.S.B. Mothers meet with Dr. Clara Olson, dean of studies. (Front to rear, I to r): Dr. Olson; Mrs. Toomey, Jacksonville; Mrs. McKay, Chi- cago; Mrs. Goodbread, Jacksonville; Mrs. Bonozolli, New Haven, Conn.; Mrs. James A. Cullen, Great Kneck, N. Y.; Mrs. Bergin; Mrs. Petrasek, Miami; Mrs. Tito, Conn.; Mrs. R. McLaughlin, S.C.; Mrs. Bertha Fletcher, Tampa; Mrs. Herring, Dade City; and Mrs. Katherine Krieger, Ocala. (Sorry we missed a couple of you but our sources of information couldn't help us completely.) 46 The fiery baton of Carol Jarvis. Krissi Krieger and Carol Jarvis, high stepping freshmen. 47 Carol Smith serves Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Parker John Dunaway and Walen Rowe entertain parents Mr. Joseph Geiger points out the work of one of his night division students to Mr. H. V. Mercready, Director 48 Walter Moore and Bill Strafino ham it up. tim^^A fi/iis/// * l*icmc~~ «>ec.. EOFA/MILY DAY Z no Grads return: Elizabeth Barthle, Joyce Gau, Mary Keating, Viann Church, Julie Bowman, Mary Schultz, and Mary Jane Roach. A part of the crowd The Prep School orchestra entertains Renette Receveur, Jean Garvey and Dr. Olson at a formal lunch. Frater Thomas, O.S.B., and guests Section of the parking lot with Crawford Hall in background. — 9JI ■Lranu** The monks steal the show with their version of "We ain't got dames." The college combo entertains at Roderick Hal 49 The Rt. Rev. Francis Sadlier, O.S.B., second abbot of Saint Leo, died November 28 on a train from La Place, Louisiana to Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. He had been assisting at Saint Joan of Arc Church, Lou- isiana and was on his way to give a retreat at Pittsburgh. Abbot Francis was born near Altoetting, southern Germany, Sep- tember 18, 1889. He came to this country as a boy and began his studies at Saint Leo. He graduated from Saint Leo Prep in 1906. After completing the novitiate, he was professed in the Order of Saint Benedict on September 12, 1909. He was the first priest or- dained by the Most Reverend Michael J. Curley, then Bishop of Saint Augustine, at the cathedral on August 13, 1914. Twice during the protracted illness of Abbot Charles, first abbot of Saint Leo, Abbot Francis was administrator of the abbey with full power and jurisdiction. In 1916 he was appointed novice mas- ter, sub prior in 1918, and prior in 1920. At the time of his abba- tial election on October 2, 1929, he held the office of prior and procurator, in addition to fulfilling the duties of librarian, teacher, and pastor of the churches in Dade City and Zephyrhills. Abbot Francis was also diocesan director of the Priest's Eucharistic League and the Apostleship of Prayer for many years. The special honor of wearing the purple zuchetto and biretta was accorded Abbot Francis by the late Pope Pius XII in 1940. During his quarter-century as abbot of Saint Leo, the old gymna- sium, Saint Mary's hall, Saint Francis classroom building, and the abbey church were constructed. Upon his resignation on April 20, 1954, Abbot Francis was chap- lain for five years at the United States Public Health Service Hospi- tal, Carville, Louisiana. Afterward until his death, he gave retreats to religious, directed days of recollection, and assisted at parishes. He died, as he would have wished, on the job. Abbot Francis was twice given outside recognition for his work. He received the honorary title of doctor of humanities from Rollins College, Winter Park, in 1941; and the honorary degree of doctor of law from Saint Vincent College, Latrobe, Pennsylvania. During World War II he did extensive work in the Diocese of Saint Augus- tine with prisoners of war who were under care of the United States government. RT. REV. FRANCIS R. SADLIER, O.S.B., second abbot of Saint Leo. A scene of the abbot's burial 50 THE HASTY HEART by John Patrick had a full-house run on Dec. 1, 2, and 3. Directed by Mr. James E. Milord and stage managed by Miss Grace Blakey, stellar roles were played by Juan Portela, Walen Rowe, Gloria Sheffield, Joseph lerardi, Ronald Duggan, John Dunaway, George Roach, and James Dingeman. Book and Curtain were by Bill Bagley who also played the role of Orderly, Sound was by Renette Receveur, Make-up by Christine Minotti and Regina Zepeda, Programs by George Roach, and the Electrician was Michael Weesner. The college glee club, under the direction of Mr. Guy Debrock, entertain. Mary Jane Ferns, Mar- jorie O'Brien, Barbara Muldoon, Bryan Brennan, Carol Smith, Carolyn Althouse, Jim Kinnealy, James Armbruster, James Dingeman, Donald Acker, Tom Blake, and Patrick Charles. Frank LaBarbera addressed the speech club. Facing the members is Mr. H. V. Mercready, moderator. Speakers club in session. Carmen Herring, Renette Receveur, Mary Jane Hullfish, Charles La Monte, Janet Lombardo, Frank LaBarbera, Victor Noriega, and Anthony Lu- cibello. KAPPA ALPHA SIGMA, Fraternity of Southern Gentlemen (with a number of Yankee Pledges). Pat Goodbread, Ralph Parker, Walon Rowe, Carl Forsberg, Terrence Russell, Carmen Herring, fraternity sweetheart, Tim Shiben, Keith Duncombe, Richard Gleeson and Jim Kinnealy. IMBi Officers: Dan Durrancc, treas., Pete Ferguson, vice pres., Father Vincent, O.S.B., moderator, Mike Weesner, sec, John Hodges, pres. and Bob Corrigan, historian. 53 'ROUND ABOUT CAMPUS Jewels of dew sparkle, scintillating the early morning sun from their velvet resting place on the veined hibiscus leaves. Lover of the silent creatures, disdaining the eyes of man, the cereus blooms in startling purity, flooding the dark with flagrant grandeur for one night of immortal glory. A woven web of wonder stretches across the new morning, shimmering strands of lace- delicate breakfast snare. The green boughs bend, buried beneath the astringent mantle of white; immobile, carved in cold, inscrutable, waiting for the time of reckoning to suck the liquid life of their burden and shoot green and ardent to the sun. Ralph Bonafante gets set to dive info the Thanksgiving goodies. Mike Donovan with Brother Benedict, comptroller of the punch bowl. The duly elected town marshal tickets two pairs of winter tourists Sherry Lee, Betty Ann Burke and Carmen Herring enhance the beau- ty of the admissions office Frozen cacti (also Ricky Gleeson) Favorite port of cal Theresa Asmuth and Donna Laffey admire equestrienne Carol Smith. Roberta Fahey with artist-etcher H. Oliver Jones. 57 * \ 1SHVERSI Y Jack Shea got far from Boston Rusty Cagle with book and beard. Paula Roselli puts out the fire. Jim O'Connor with another freshman. 58 Renette Receveur hums, "Heaven will pro- tect the working girl." w *4« -LIS! f Lew Liptak o ~\ duty in library. Ralph Ebner, student council prexy and B. J. confer. Conjugating a verb in the French lab. Where the elite meet to eat Campus promenaders Charley (Chan) Alexander. (His books are in the saddlebag) 59 Abbey priests with group of foreign -scholars from Japan, Finland, Belgium, Ire- land, Italy, and Spain 60 John and Krissi enhancing the scenery. ,Sfc SHERRY LEE, Demure Dade City Deb. KRISHNA KRIEGER, Ocala Sprite MICHAEL DONOVAN, Connecticut Yankee CAROL JARVIS, Southern Be 61 fw* KyrtSSil t fJUSwVS \nArchs Ed Sparling, coach of the champions Front Row, I to r: Robert Luckett, Victor Noriega, Mark Werner, Robert Peacon, Otis DeMott, and Pasquala Elia. Back Row, I to r: John Stark, publicity, James Moseley, William Schmeider, Robert Ely, Robert Champagne, Guy Sakowicz, and Richard Gianinni, trainer. Playing like the Champions they are, as we go to press the Mighty AAonarchs have an undefeated conference season. To date they have triumphed over Manatee Junior College, Saint Petersburg, Orlando, Dade County, Brow- ard, Brevard, Pensacola and Chipola. 62 Champions in action Our cheerleaders: Donna Laffey, Paula Roselli, Barbara Beam, Joe lerardi, Pat Langan, Carol Smith, and Carol Jarvis. Our cheerleaders in action Managers John Schmitt and Tom Winslow I prefer pool Mighty Monarch supporters 63 Intramural tennis 64 EVENING COLLEGE INSTRUCTORS (I to r). Dr. Charles W. Arnade, Latin American History; Mr. H. V. Mercready (Director of Division) Business; Miss Grace Blakey, English; Joseph D. Geiger, Art; X. L. Garrison, Education; Albert E. Smith, Mathematics; Father Peter, O.S.B., Philosophy; and Hubert Huston, Finance. Not shown are Dr. O. S. Bandy, Spanish; Dr. Clara E. Olson, Education; and Mrs. Dixie Gentry, Ac- counting. The light of that Lamp of Education burns brightly at Saint Leo College— day and night. This is evidenced by Crawford Hall, classroom building, which is a lighted beacon on campus af- ter the sun has gone down. It was determined with the inception of the college in 1959 to offer education's light to any who would seek it. A new peak has been reached this year with record numbers of persons of all adult ages making the trek to our campus for the purpose of adding to their store of knowledge, in practically every case, after the day's work was done. One mother with several children trav- els 150 miles a week to attend three classes at night. Another scholar drives 70 miles to at- tend one weekly class. Others cover similar distances. A dedicated group of Evening Faculty members teaches a wide group of subjects ranging from business subjects to speech, language, art, and education. In at least one subject, art, the class has doubled from a single one of twenty students to two classes of forty students, plus a daytime class of 23 in Art Appreciation. During the past year, approximately 160 scholars have taken close to 180 individual sub- jects in the various courses offered through the Special Courses Division. This is in addition to approximately 75 day students who were also members of the Evening Classes. 65 Vi MILLION DOLLAR BUILDING GOING UP - THE WILLIAM P. McDONALD STUDENT SERVICE CENTER Although the Big Freeze of December 12 gripped the Saint Leo citrus groves and squeezed all the juice out of the Benedictine's annual operating income, they continue to push ahead withtheir building program. The new building will house a cafeteria, student service offices, social lounge, barber shop, snack bar and post of- fice. This marks the new phase of the Saint Leo Twenty-Year Building Program following the completion of the first five years at a cost of a million dollars. 66 SAINT LEO COLLEGE BOARD OF ADVISORS. Attending the second annual meeting were James T. Vocelle, Vero Beach; A. AA. Heler- inger, Louisville, Kentucky; John J. Neilly, St. Petersburg; Abbot Marion, O.S.B., H. Earl Smalley, Miami; N. S. Burns, Dade City; Henry C. Hughes, St. Louis, Missouri; R. A. Brown, Palm Beach and Chicago; C. P. McCabe, San Antonio; Father Stephen, O.S.B., Father Edward, O.S.B., Father Dennis, O.S.B., and Brother Bernard, O.S.B. Since this picture was taken, three new members have been added to the Board: Mrs. Helene Morris, Sarasota; Hon. John S. Burks, Mayor of Dade City; and Mr. Francis H. Corrigan, San Antonio, Fla. A finance committee was appointed, headed by Henry C. Hughes, St. Louis, Missouri, law- yer. With him is serving H. Earl Smalley, Jr., Miami financier, and Abbot Marion Bow- man, O.S.B. The advisory board was so strong in its support of a full four-year program that a resolu- tion to that effect was introduced and passed and recorded in the minutes. The proposal unquestionably involves many large problems. Although the Benedictine community has un- dertaken the discussion and study of this possibility, it will be some time yet before it is def- initely voted on as to when the junior college year shall be introduced and the follow up of the senior year. 67 OUR CARMELITE QUEENS OF THE KITCHEN. Sister Guillermina, Sister Cira Maria, Mother Theresita and Rever- end Mother Theresa Rosa (visiting from Mexico), Mother Olivia, Sister Dulce Maria, Sister Vidalina, Sister Rosa, Sister Monica, Sister Maria, and Sister Lida Margarita. 68 REGIONAL DIRECTORY SOPHOMORES Connecticut William J. Schmieder, Five Manor Dr., Newark Alan L. Arnow, 773 High Ridge Rd., Stamford Pasquale A. Elia, 25 Montowese Ave., N. Haven Robert Ely, 673 Circular Ave., Hamden Charles N. Franchina, 59 Judy La., Stamford Frank A. Hurlburt, 233 Exchange St., New Haven Terrance W. AAcDermott, 816 Savin Ave., West Haven Anthony T. Pacileo, 23 Treadwell St., West Haven John F. Stark, 152 East Ave., West Haven Florida New York Eugene G. Battenfeld, R. F. D. 2, Vails Grove, Brewster Philip J. Bergin, 3215 Netherland Ave., New York James A. Cullen, 11 Gateway Dr., Great Neck Ronald P. Dunkle, 35 Iroquois PL, Farmingdale, L. I. Peter D. Ferguson, 41 Dante St., Larchmont John J. O'Gorman, 32 Tennis PL, Forest Hills Richard D. Powell, 187 W. End Ave., Binghamton James R. Rush, III, R. F. D. 2, Putnam Valley Thomas P. Winslow, Jr., 77 Brooklyn Ave., Westbury Murray G. Benton, 216 E. Magnolia, Arcadia Juliet V. Bowman, 101 N. Gordon Rd., Ft. Lauderdale Gatewood R. Bridges, 409 N. 21st St., Dade City Daniel J. Christian, 3303 W. Louisiana, Tampa Viann M. Church, Box 69, Bonita Springs Otis A. DeMott, Jr., P. O. Box 157, Brandon Ronald T. Duggan, 4331 E. Country Club Circle, Ft. Lauderdale John C. Dunaway, 3404 Beach Dr., Tampa Daniel Durrance, Rt. 2, Box 21, Bowling Green Ralph L. Ebner, 3160 Houston St., Ft. Lauderdale Roberta E. Fahey, Box 137, San Antonio Melvin M. Gallar, 1210 Coral St., Tampa Genevieve Garvey, 2718 Madison, Hollywood Richard C. Giannini, 171 Lake Sue Ave., Winter Park Glen E. Greenfelder, Rt. 2, Box 41, Dade City Carmen J. Herring, Rt. 2, Box 506, Dade City John E. Hodges, Jr., 403 E. Oak, Arcadia Betty Jo Hormuth, P. O. Box 1014, Dade City John P. Kearns, 845 S. Mississippi Ave., Lakeland Michael K. Kelly, 100 Lake Dr., Riviera Beach Michael C. LaLonde, Rt. 3, Box 557, Lakeland Dennis W. Lynch, 34 Elmcroft Rd., Stamford Joseph R. Madiedo, 1108 Grinnell St., Key West James F. Moseley, Jr., N. Ninth Ave., Wauchula Victor Noriega, 2370 S. W. 16 St., Miami Edward W. Parker, 10 Crescent Dr., Pensacola Ralph W. Parker, 500 S. Lake Florence Dr., Winter Haven Robert Peacon, 4155 Pamona Ave., Miami Juan Portela, 230 Miraflores Drive, Palm Beach Brodie W. Rowe, III, 418 W. 60 St., Jacksonville John G. Schmitt, 1934-23 Ave., Vero Beach Thomas M. Schneider, 8009 Lynn Ave., Tampa Laurence H. Uhl, 920 E. Ninth Ave., Mount Dora Mark A. Werner, 471 W. 70th St., Jacksonville Margarita R. Zepeda, Wichers Rd., San Antonio Ohio Vito A. Ciminero, 1134 South St., S. E., Warren Thomas M. Hollern, 1575 Case Rd., Columbus Pennsylvania Thomas E. Barchie, 708*Manning Ave., McKeesport Joseph F. O'Leary, 1611 Park St., Harrisburg Richard H. Vent, 706 Third Ave., Ford City Rhode Island Michael D. Fitzgerald, 17 Lincoln St., Newport William D. McCarthy, 40 Rhode Island Ave., Newport South Carolina Carl A. Forsberg, 629 Rutledge Ave., Charleston Tennessee Arnold M. Weesner, 110 Bellemeade Blvd., Nashville FRESHMEN Colorado Paul M. Leibman, 2025 Clermont St., Denver New Jersey Connecticut Robert Corrigan, 906 W. 6th St., Plainfield Edward F. Sakowicz, 215 Elizabeth Ave., Elizabeth Guy P. Sakowicz, 257 Keats Ave., Elizabeth John W. Barbieri, 203 Boyden St., Waterbury Robert L. Belard, 55 Richards Place, West Haven Dennis A. Bonazzoli, 219 Second Ave., West Haven 69 REGIONAL DIRECTORY Gerard R. Charbonneau, 59 Hervey St., New Haven Dennis J. Donahue, 336 Ocean Dr., W. Stamford Michael J. Donovan, 64 Ordmore St., Hamden Peter J. Downs, 240 Petrose Circle, Orange Michael E. Doyle, 117 High St., Thomaston Theodore A. Dzialo, 90 Old Mill Rd., Middletown Joseph J. lerardi, 76 Indian River Rd., Orange Anthony J. Lucibello, 124 Culver La., North Haven Nicolas A. Riggione, 97 Parker Ave., West Haven Richard T. Satagaj, 22 Markham St., Middletown Ronald F. Shea, Rosewood Dr., Prospect George C. Skidd, Barbara Dr., Norwalk Anthony Teta, Jr., 245 Pierpont Rd,, Waterbury William J. Tito, Jr., 834 Hill St., Hamden John A. Vagnini, 456 Prospect Rd., Waterbury Florida Wayne E. Abare, 127 W. Wyoming Ave., New Port Richey Theresa M. Asmuth, 7007 Nebraska, Tampa William R. Bagley, Rt. 8, Box 881, Jacksonville Mary A. Berry, 14245 N. E. 7th Ave., N. Miami Stephen G. Blajian, 225 E. Fifth St., Jacksonville Thomas D. Blake, 1804 Grundy St., Warrington Carolyn J. Bolton, P. O. Box 744, Dade City Rafael M. Bonafonte, 6517 Walton Way, Tampa Bernard A. Borandi, 426 80th Ave., St. Petersburg Beach Daniel M. Boyko, P. O. Box 1 16, Trilby Mary B. Brennan, 2721 Algonquin Ave., Jacksonville Donald R. Bridges, 409 N. 21st St., Dade City William J. Broomall, 2024 N. Atlantic, Daytona Beach Aubrey G. Bryant, Rt. 3, Box 214, Dade City Betsy A. Buchholz, Rt. 3, Box 665, Dade City Richard L. Byak, 2327 Bristol Ave., Lakeland Bronze R. Cagle, 1441 Holmesdale Rd., Jacksonville Richard J. Christian, 3303 W. Louisiana Ave., Tampa Arnold A. Daoud, 1777 Michigan, Miami Beach Charles G. Edwards, Box 189, Arcadia Michael T. Ellis, 1002 W. Reynolds, Plant City Corbett M. Flannery, 1402 W. Church Ave., Dade City James R. Fleming, Rt. 3, Box 385, Dade City Victoria T. Fletcher, 4805 Swann, Tampa Charlotte E. Gibson, P. O. Box 235, Dade City Richard H. Gleeson, 115 E. Coleman Circle, Sanford Patrick S. Goodbread, 3019 Waller St., Jacksonville Joseph W. Herrmann, 308 S. Curley St., San Antonio Brian M. Herron, 841 N. E. 157 Terrace, N. Miami Beach George W. Hillegass, 334 8th Ave. N., Jacksonville Beach Allen W. James, Box 177, Tavernier Linda C. Jarvis, 806 W. Church, Dade City William P. Kervin, III, 4208 101st St. W., Bradenton James J. Kinnealy, 2029 Mercer Circle S., Jacksonville Leslie R. Kinney, P. O. Box 863, Brooksville Kristina S. Krieger, 704 E. Ft. King, Ocala Francis T. LaBarbera, Rt. 1, Box 217, Plant City Donna M. Laffey, 958 Camp Dr., Ocala Patricia M. Langan, 5726 Clifton Ave., Jacksonville Sharon J. Lee, R. F. D. #1, Box 471, Dade City James L. Listzwan, P. O. Box 298, Seffner Janet F. Lombardo, 403 Clinton Ave., Dade City Florrie Mae Madill, 1619 N. 14th St., Dade City Malin K. Marsh, Jr., P. O. Box 275, San Antonio Joseph N. Maschuci, 3720 Collins Ave., Miami Beach Elsie J. McKinstry, 1601 St. Joe Rd., Dade City William Hill McLaughlin, Jr., 446 Marlin Rd., N. Palm Beach David A. Miesch, Rt. 3, Box 856, Arcadia Cristine T. Minotti, P. O. Box 395, Bushnell Walter G. Moore, 200 S. W. 52*Ave., Miami Raymond G. Naeyaert, Box 114, San Antonio Louis P. Ortiz, 10131 Yacht Club Dr., St. Petersburg Paul J. Palowitch, 926 Keats Ave., Orlando John W. Parker, P. O. Box 187, Arcadia Leonard W. Peterson, 2 G. Porter PL, Key West Robert J. Petrasek, 2299 N. W. 85th St., Miami Joseph L. Powell, 10901 Snapper Creek Dr. N., Miami Arlene Quick, 37 Park Dr., Zephyrhills Renette G. Receveur, Rt. 4, Box 512 Brooksville Lawson S. Rentz, 3815 LaPlaya Blvd., Coconut Grove George F. Roach, Jr., 2321 S. W. 50th Terrace, Ft. Lauderdale Terrence J. Russell, 6159 Fordham Circle, E., Jacksonville Jo Ann Sessoms, 203 N. 17th St., Dade City Carol Ann Smith, 670 N. E. 3rd PL, Hialeah William J. Strafino, 100 S. W. 65 Terrace, W. Hollywood Robert P. Tesar, 302 W. Church Ave., Dade City Albert J. Thomas, Rt. 1, Box 489, Brooksville John J. Thomas, 527 N. E. 69th St., Miami Timothy A. Twomey, 5524 Keystone Dr. S., Jacksonville Dennis E. Vacenousky, Rt. Box 483, Brooksville Claudia G. Williams, Rt. 2, Box 29, Dade City Mrs. Norma F. Woodall, Bov 728, Okahumpka James F. Woodruff, Seven Central Ave., St. Augustine Regina M. Zepeda, Rt. #3, Box 680, Dade City Georgia Stephen K. Muma, 3547 Durden Dr., Apt. 6, Atlanta Michael J. Tremmel, 3201 Peachtree Dr., N. E., Atlanta Illinois John A. Bermingham, 2049 Hawthorne La., Evanston Donald C. Fox, 6650 N. Lemai Ave., Chicago Alexander C. Halverson, 1300 W. Branch Rd., Northfield John W. McKay, 1959 Birch St., DesPlaines Carol L. Nealis, 1958 Birch, DesPlaines Margie M. O'Brien, 7312 Keystone, Lincolnwood Timothy P. O'Leary, 6338 N. Wayne, Chicago Joy A. Ringhofer, 8334 Central Park, Skokie Joyce L. Ringhofer, 8334 Central Park, Skokie Paula G. Rbselli, 6330 N. Kilpatrick, Chicago Karen A. Tobin, 6334 N. Wayne Ave., Chicago John G. Wendell, 5935 W. Ohio St., Chicago Kentucky Carolyn A. Ahlhaus, 3306 Trinity Rd., Louisville Robert E. Luckett, Loretto 70 REGIONAL DIRECTORY Barbara J. Muldoon, 1912 Rutherford Ave., Louisville Paul K. Yander, 91-24 92 St., Woodhaven Louisiana Ohio Robert M. O'Brien, 1441 Eleanore St., New Orleans Massachusetts John A. LeVangie, Jr., 60 Lovell St., Waymouth Paul F. McDonald, Three Wilmarth Rd., Braintree John R. Nelson, 28 Fletcher Rd., Woburn John M. Shea, 42 Hobomack Rd., Quincy James W. Armbruster, 4686 W. 228 St., Fairview Park James W. Beck, 240 Wrote Ave., Dayton Pennsylvania Carmen Palmieri, 425 Hillview, Duquesne Michael P. Rossiter, 502 Virginia Ave., Paoli Paul D. Rossiter, 502 Virginia Ave., Paoli Michigan Rhode Island James H. Dingeman, Jr., 4 Radnor Circle, Grosse Pointe Farms William P. Huntington, 257 Moran, Grosse Pointe John P. Pate, 1 1 1 Michigan Ave., Frankfort New Hampshire Mary Jane Ferns, 99 S. State St., Concord New Jersey Wayne M. Byrne, 470 Piaget Ave., Clifton Mary Jane Hullfish, 1029 S. Olden Ave., Trenton Louis Liptak, Alliance Rd., Oak Ridge Lawrence J. O'Brien, 273 Mill St., Westwood Richard J. Scala, 46 Jefferson St., Perth Amboy Richard J. Thomas, 2286 Stocker La., Scotch Plains John P. Welsh, 65 Seba Kent Rd., Pawtucket South Carolina Charles H. Alexander, 160 Darlington Ave., Charleston James F. Condon, 2201 L'on, Sullivan's Island John D„ Hutson, 307 Whilden St., Mt. Pleasant William T. McLaughlin, Jr., 49 Clemson St., Charleston Raphael A. Pooser, 1259 Wisteria Rd., Charleston Julian E. Ritter, Jr., 1009 Ashley Ave., Charleston Michael E. Tolley, 1409 Pooshee Dr., Charleston Theodore K. Williams, 61 Sans Souci St., Charleston Tennessee Sam T. Whited, Jr., White Bluff New York West Virginia Donald L. Acker, 18 Soundview Crest, Manhasset Julia E. Aerts, 369 Sleepy Hollow Rd., Briarcliff Patrick J. Charles, 46 Chestnut St., Garden City Patrick A. Daly, Midline Rd., Amsterdam Joseph P. D'Angelo, 1317 Hillside Dr., Vestal James R. DeFina, 204 Sterling Ave., Yonkers Thomas V. Dougherty, 36-46 212 St., Bayside Thomas A. Geiss, 416 Hubbell Ave., Syracuse John S. Kelly, 35 Euston Rd., Garden City James J. McGarry, 368 Columbus Pkwy., Mineola Richard T. Mcintosh, Jr., 301 Palmer Rd., Yonkers Richard P. Moss, 89 Lawrence Hill Rd., Huntington James J. O'Connor, 35-51 158th St., Flushing Richard P. O'Sullivan, 41-34 Case St., Elmhurst, L. I Gloria Sheffield, 64 Maple Hill Dr., Larchmont Francis J. Swan, 35-77 163 St., Flushing Peter C. Wahn, 1305 Bolton Rd., Pelham Manor Richard L. Walker, 32 Orchard Ave., Rye Timothy R. Shiben, 225 Franklin St., New Martinsville Wisconsin Barbara C. Beam, Beaver Lake, Hartland Carol A. Patscot, 11324 W. Potter Rd., Wauwatosa James T. Thompson, 131 Main St., AAontello Puerto Rico Guillermo Bermudez, Jr., 53 Villamil St., Santurce Bahamas Keith M. Duncombe, P. O. Box 203, Nassau INDEX Page 3- Abbot Marion, O.S.B. 5 - Father Stephen, O.S.B. 6 — Faculty 8 — In Memorium 9 — Sophomores 1 3 — Freshmen 20 - Frosh Week 24 — Registration 26 — Opening Mass 27 - Rat Week 29 — Frosh Elections 30 — Organizations 33 — Scholars in Action 38 — Faculty Close-ups 40 — Campus Queen 41 — Top Scholars 45 — College Columnist 46 — Parents Week-end 49 — Annual Family Day 50 — Death of Abbot Francis 51 — College Players 52 -Clubs 54 — 'Round About Campus 62 — Sports 65 — Evening Division 66 — New Construction 67 — Board of Advisors 68 — Carmelite Sisters 69 — Regional Directory UT IN OMNIBUS GLORIFICETUR DEUS TAYLOR PUBLISHING COMPANY 72 , IJJ^^PPBC^^^^; ** "*•**, <4te ■ . 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